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sponsored by td ameritrade. >> yo, mad money. >> what's shaking? >> man, i lived in tents. let's go to karen in arizona. karen? >> what -- what -- you -- i'm sorry. the big -- >> booyah from beautiful wesley chapel. >> man, everybody is compared to where i'm from. i never say that. >> you're the sexiest man on tv, cramer. i'm always in the house of pleasure whenever i'm watching you. >> well, thank you. >> booyah from pittsburgh. how are you? >> i'm doing great. i have my pittsburgh steelers stoul. you, my friend, control your own destiny. >> so what did bob have to say about the action in goldman sachs? he thinks the technical picture frankly is down right beautiful. he's done what's known as a bullish crossover. that's where the black line -- i know this is difficult to see, but i've got keith going right to work here. this is a classic buy signal right here. believe me, classic buy signal. i'm lible to start a fire! you can't start a fire without a flame. this to him is like the metropolitan museum of art. like that other exhibit. meats. meat. this year, more farmers brought animals to ma
. that doesn't prize ysurprise yo. the same system left the same calling card in the south. thousands of passengers stranded in dallas on christmas day because of the snow and ice. american airlines flight 1501 was stuck five hours on the tarmac. a pilot offered this unusual apology blaming his bosses. listen. >> it's beyond reproach. i have no words to tell you how sorry i am for this. decisions are being made way above our heads by people that obviously, in my humble opinion, don't have a clue what they're it doing." >> good for that pilot. the flight never left the gate on its trip to vegas and ultimately it was cancelled. >>> the national rifle association has been geting a lot of flak for armed guards in schools in the wake of the newtown, massachusetts. one governor dismissed as a dumb idea. david keene addressed the controversy today with carol costello. >> there are 23,000 schools today that have armed guards. private schools and public schools. there's cops in the schools program was initiated in the 1990s by bill clinton. u no whether an individual school wants that kind of
, ask your doctor if including advair could help improve yo lung function. get your first full prescription free and save on refills at advaircopd.com. ♪ lou: our next guest says president obama see democracy as a form of social inequality. in a recent cartoon he draws a young barack obama at the blackboard. he is a two-time pulitzer prize-winning editorial cartnist senior editor with investors business daily. great to have you with us. be appreciated so muh. i love your cartoons, and i would wat to ajust, if we may, go to a few more of them to get your remarks. i want to first it your idea of what you think of the fiscal cliff. you have tough find this to be rich father. absolutely. i alwys suggest, but the best tag riders in the world work for politicians. this white house is giving me plenty of fodder for curtains. anit is funny to think about these events, but a very traumatic and serious. they avoid the fiscal cliff. we are talking about over $607 billion worth of money taken out of the economy next year. lou: i just want to put up the next cartoon that we have. it matte
are you shortening outside of technology? some consumer names yo new film might not be appropriate for 2013? >> the luxury space is extremely crowded, we were short tiffany's, fossil. we have been short them most of the year. liz: you can see that was a real win for you, how did you know? >> there have been a lot of pushes going forward. david: we talk about financials with nicole, bank of america, we saw this big bump, unfortunately a lot of that is because they're cutting back. what do you see that the market is just now catching up with. >> this goes back to a function of rotation. they have been huge underperformers for the last one to two years, and ministerin ino breakout of the huge basis. we still think the group as a whole is underweight. his talk like bank of america breaking north of 10, on a percentage basis would be an excellent trade. like citigroup as well, whole slew of large-cap names we like in that race. bank of america emerging as a leader. it is also good to see the financials start to leave the typical old market structures. cool leadership from the bank, fina
-mas to you. you're going to see more bouncing like a yo yo, on the fundamental story, the models we have pointing going into 1q, the reason, it sort of rhymes in the spirit of the season. you have non-opec demand growing, global demand slowing, it's not snowing, and down is where we're going. the next big data point is probably the iaea report in february. and if that implicates more progress toward an iranian bomb, there's significant risk to look to the upside. in the meantime, you have a lot of other issues beyond the fiscal cliff. debt ceiling issues, if not resolved in the negotiation looming. and relatively long stocks here in the u.s. perhaps the most interesting part, becky, is to look at the convergence between light and heavy grades here in north america. we have a lot of light oil. and we're actually potentially short of heavy oil. so seeing convergence within that downward trend means there could be a bid for heavier. >> you would guess that would certainly hurt demand. >> sure. offsetting weakness in the dollar would lift the crude price based on historical trends, of course
of it, and that was in order to get yo debt ceiling raised. how does that count -- >> it counts because it reduces the deficit. we're here trying to reduce the long-term deficit. >> they want new ones, the republicans? >> again, we're prepared to do these on the spending side. what we're not going to do is extend those tax cuts for the wealthiest americans. those cost $1 trillion over ten years. there's no possibility that we're going to find a way to get our fiscal house in order without those tax rates going back up. again, along side that we're prepared to do some very detailed things on the spending side, and we're -- >> there's no guarantee, right? didn't that say that? at least according to the read-out we got, your plan, so you can feel free to connect direct e correct me because you haven't given me a read-out of it. >> guaranteed up front measurable savings scored by sea enacted into law. the only guarantee is when congress enacts policies. >> you would be willing to go for specific things and guarantee that there would be a specific amount of cuts? >> of course, of course. >>
on libya, yo you are a racest and you hate women. the first step in saving america is to recognize that the greedy and selfish people live in washington, and if americans finally see the simple truth, we can save america for future generations. joining me now with his thoughts is fox news contributor and, of course, syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. why is it we never hear about greedy washington politicians? >> well because as you say, people define greed as sort of the a private quality. the idea that you're spending other people's money is considered norma noble and comps nat. that's how you define compassionate conservetism in the bush years. you come up with programs in africa or the prescription drug benefit. that's a demonstration of compassion. it's actually a transfer of wealth from one class to another. i think the one point the people overlook, so much of the money since the great society is being spent on social security and medicare. this is essentially a generational transfer. it isn't only that we are indebting or creating indebtedness for our children which
. >> will it ever stop. yo, i don't know. dance, and kids don't play, if there was a problem. >> yo, i'll solve it. >> check out the hook while dave revolves it. >> oh, man! >> take a walk in my shoes. >> wow!. ♪ >> we don't object at all. >> that's the orchestra. >> oh! >> wait a minute! wait a minute! >> don't go down the stairs. those are stairs! oh! >> clayton, do not go down the stairs! >> who do you have to tip-- >> i'll give you a tip if you pull your microphone out of your pocket. >> that's the best tip of the day. >> thanks so much, rick, i want to know about accent walls and how-- oh, no, i don't. first i want to know about your headlines. and then i want to know about accent walls. >> oh! >> and dave briggs here, a brand new father. >> there she is. >> my girl, the shot of the morning. the newest member of the "fox & friends" family. >> we should mention a new member of our "fox & friends" family. >> a new daddy, not a new daddy, but number two, i'm happy you had a girl. i was rooting so hard for a girl. >> may the best father win in 3, 2, 1. >> go, go. >> clayton is good start. >> d
leader. ♪ we just want to celebrate all day and night singing a-yo ♪ >>> this morning on "today celebrates the holidays" we have the lower priced versions of the more expensive items that may be on your list for someone else. "today's" financial editor jean chatzky, nice to see. >> nice to see you too. only 15% of people haven't finished shopping. >> i haven't started. >> we've got it all here. >> i'm glad you're here. one thing that is big we've been hearing a lot about, tablets, the ipad mini gets a lot of attention these days, but it's a little bit expensive. >> $329 for the ipad mini. this is the kindle fire hd, and interestingly, when you look at the reviews they each have things in their favor, battery life for the kindle, apps for the ipad mini, you have apps made just for the ipad so you're not taking iphone apps and stretching them. the ipad is a little lighter. >> let's fire this one up. i don't know if we can. i don't know where the button is. oh, well. i should know. we got one of these for my mom last year. anyway, so you would say in this instance -- >> i would say
, as in this video with rapper t-pain... >> taylor swift: ♪ i knit sweaters, yo. >> stahl: ...poking fun at her squeaky clean image and turning her uncoolness into cool. >> taylor swift: ♪ you guys bleeped me and i didn't even swear. >> t-pain: ♪ she didn't even swear... >> stahl: taylor swift has won just about every music award there is, including the industry's highest honor, the grammy for album of the year in 2010. but the few setbacks in her meteoric career have come, ironically, on award nights, as when kanye west grabbed the mike from her... and the time she sang a live duet with stevie nicks at the grammys off-key. one nasty review said she had killed her career overnight, and was "too young and dumb to understand the mistake she'd made." >> taylor swift: the things that were said about me by this dude floored me and, like, leveled me. and i... i don't have thick skin. i hate reading criticisms. you never really, like, get past things hurting you. >> stahl: but then, taylor did her thing and turned the wound into a song... ♪ ♪ >> stahl: the hit single "mean." and in the music
approaching me. and he's like, "yo, you're good on your s.a.t.s, and i'm not. and you know this is possible, so how much is it gonna take?" >> here's how he did it: it was as simple as making a high school i.d., one of six forms of identification accepted at s.a.t. testing centers. >> a school i.d. is what-- like what is that? it's like--it's some colors with literally a name and a picture on it. so what i would do is, i took the template from my high school i.d., pasted my picture on top of it, and whatever person's name whose test i was taking, i would have their name and date of birth on it. and it was really as easy as that. >> no social security number? no driver's license? no passport? >> name and date of birth. >> on a little piece of plastic? >> on a little piece of plastic that got laminated once. >> fake i.d. in hand, and with a bad case of nerves, eshaghoff began his lucrative career. >> as soon as i took that first test, and i went in and i killed it, like my first time ever taking the test for somebody else, i got a perfect score on the math section. it was like, "whoa, that wa
for that photographer to sell his photos? yo, give it up, dude! up high! ok. don't you have any usefull apps on that thing? who do you think i am, quicken loans? ♪ at quicken loans, our amazingly useful mortgage calculator app allows you to quickly calculate your mortgage payment based on today's incredibly low interest rates... right from your iphone or android smartphone. one more way quicken loans is engineered to amaze. ♪ so, the 5.3-liter v-8 silverado can tow up to 9,600 pounds? 315 horsepower. what's that in reindeer power? [ laughing ] [ stops laughing ] [ male announcer ] chevy's giving more. this holiday season, trade up to get the 2012 chevy silverado all-star edition for 0% apr financing for 60 months plus $2,000 cash allowance or get a total value of $9,000. >>> we've been talking about it all morning, about this picture. it ran in the new york post. you see the man in the photo moments before the train hit and killed him. he had been pushed on to the tracks by another man. people are outraged at the person who snapped this photo. they're outraged because the photographer di
with five other best selling performers. the lineup includes hip-hop artist ne-yo. top powerhouse maroon 5. and fun as breakout rock group play their mega-hit "we are young." ♪ >> this will be a moment. >> absolutely. >> it's great. we grew up watching the grammys and knowing that that was the top of it all. >> what would a nomination -- >> i would burst into tears. >> then we would have to clean it up. >> these are the nominees for best new artist. >> reporter: ten million people watched last year's barack obamay nomination. 40 million watched last year's awards, the second biggest grammy audience in history. ken ehrlich has been the executive producer since 1980. he's the man behind the curtain teaming up with ll cool j to create one of television's most watched events that kicks off with tonight's nomination. >> is this your secret weapon? >> security. security! every jewish boy needs -- >> a big black guy. >> a big black guy. >> even a big black guy needs a big black guy. >> reporter: ll cool j told me that when he won his first grammy his career took off in ways that otherwise possi
to johnny cash, the similarly acoustic mumford & sons got album of the year nod, as well. and while ne-yo soared through "let me love you." it didn't take long to realize that frank ocean looks like a favorite. one of his six nominations, along with record and album of the year. and this is crazy. ♪ here's my number >> reporter: call me? maybe not. carly rae jepsen missed out on a best new artist nomination. but "call me maybe" did get tapped as song of the year. as for taylor, she got a nomination herself. the no, ma'minees will await fey 10th, to see who takes home a grammy or two. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> and congratulations to all. >>> meanwhile, coming up, a little singing for you on "play of the day." >> yay. >> trust me, you'll like it. freeze it right now. freeze. you just got 5% off for using your red card. welcome home. she loves it. nintendo 3ds xl! nailed it. dad, i'm actually totally satisfied and have no complaints. ho, ho, ho! so smart with your money! plus free shipping at target.com. with your red card get an extra 5% off our
hundred thousand jobs a month and the gdp running at a khreufplt yo at a clip. we are not seeing that. bill: standby. it's been 40 years now since we sent a man to walk on the moon. the last person to do it, captain gene cernan. we sat down with him for a special called "fly me in the moon" you'll see it on the fox news channel, it brings you the inside story of the men who risked their lives to venture into space. look at this. >> america's challenge of today has forged man's destiny of tomorrow. >> reporter: you were the last human being to touch that surface. how does that make you feel? >> humble. >> we leave as we came, and g willing we shall return with peace and in hope for allman kind. god's speed to apollo 17. >> i'm convinced that the space program will come back. >> the country needs to have something to look forward to, to look up to, to be proud of. >> what can we do in ten thousand years? look how far we went in 70 years. my grandmother on a farm in michigan had a ring telephone, no electricity, an out house and she walked the first guy walk on the moon. >> i'd like to s
in a world where they are incentivized to wait in their ray yo car and wait for petty arrests. >> i live in the border area of southern new mexico. the way the drug war is fought convinced me to write this book, "too high to fail." my next-door neighbor was a retiree growing 13 plants. i wake up to helicopter. i thought i was in trouble for some petition i had signed. there is a massive squad carting this old guy out to jail. a year later, the mayor of columbus, new mexico is a card-carrying cartel member to facilitate the killing down there. as well-intentioned as law enforcement is, most law enforcement i dealt with in the course of researching this book are trying to do their best. as long as the incentivizing and funding is there, it is basically law enforcement bureaucracy and prison bureaucracy we fund to lose this war. all it does is jack up prices. >> we're going to take a break. i'm kind of a square on this. it's nerdland. i'm actually a bit of a nerd. we'll talk about that when we come back. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took
interesting, martha, you mentioned the novemberee hrefpblgts something yo november election. a lot of people on the national scene missed it, there was something voted on called proposition 2. that would have put collective bargaining in the michigan constitution and make it unchallengeable by any state laws that would be passed. governor snyder told the democrats in michigan at this time don't push this issue right now. it went to the voters and failed and in large part this is governor snyder's response to the fact that proposition 2 was pushed. he said don't do it or we'll come back with something else. he says now this is creating right to choose for workers, this is his response and he believes it will take michigan on the path to prosperity. you see all the people out here right now, they believe it will not, they believe it will ultimately lead to decreased rights, and safety, and benefits, decreased wages for workers skwhrao w. martha: wear looking at an i am an educator, i am union sign. they are very unhappy that teaches are out there protesting instead of in the classroom today. t
're having a cup of hazel nut coffee spilling all over. >> it gives yo uh the fuu the f. >> i don't know what it is. >> you're right. >> you've been eating peanuts all morning. >> this is apple. >> they changed it? >> yeah. it's apple. want to get in there? >> it's apple. >> we won't be repurposing this video for anything. >> do you get the calories when you inhale them? >> i don't know, amy. i don't know. >>> we are rocking the holidays. it is time -- get your bells ready, people. play name that holiday tune. >> oh. >> we're going to play a full game later in the program. with no further adio. have your holiday bell ready. ♪ it's the right time >> i think robach may have had it. please, stop playing. the song is? >> "jingle well rock." >> there's bonus points to be had. who sings it? okay, smarty pants. all right. >> nobody, all at once. >> who does sing it? >> blake shelton singing. "jingle bell rock." >> would have never gotten that. more ahead on our digital show, ""gma" live. across all time zones on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! that was a good one, josh. >> it was a nice transitio
can't go there. you can't go there. yo let me say because i think it's very clear it needs to be clear that we're talking about two go there. stage, the speaker suggested two stages. let's do something significant let' now, and then in the next stage we can address further ss furth entitlement review reform as as well as reform of the tax code.o all you can't do all of that in a do two-week, three-week period but you can do a downpayment, o september the stage and go to the next stage because we care about s more about saving the entitl entitlement than the republicans. do so we do want to reform rm them. >> just quickly, do you agree if we don't have a deal this week if it won't get done until after until christmas? >> i'm more optimistic than re that. i do think that mr. boehner is a is well-ventioned person, he knows what the risk is this snt bea us.us. this is about the american people. people watching your show drinking their coffee wondering how t how they're going to pay their bill and how does this affect ect them, how they pay their bills, h how the
in some places. alina. >> chad myers, graeat to see yo. thank you. that's all for us today. thanks for watching "cnn newsroom." i'm alina cho. i'll be back tomorrow at 5:00 a.m. eastern and again at 11:00 a.m. eastern. "cnn newsroom" with suzanne malveaux starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> welcome to "cnn newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. we're keeping you updated on the news here in the united states and around the world. former egyptian president hosni mubarak being transferred to a hospital for medical treatment. the country's state prosecutor ordered the transfer. mubarak is serving life in prison for his role in the killing of demonstrars in egypt's recent demonstration. ian is live in cairo. ian, what are we learning about mubarak's condition right now? >> reporter: suzanne, right now he's in stable condition. he's had three fractured ribs after slipping in the bathroom. the general prosecutor ordered that he be taken from torah prison to a military hospital for more specialized treatment for his condition. his lawyer told us that he has been angry wit
reports. many fight good bargains. alasison kosik is at the new yo stock exchange. >> what do you think? are you going to battle the crowds? >> i'm done. it's a miracle i know. >> you are one of the few because a lot of people aren't finished. 17 million are expected to pile into the stores today. consumer reports put out a survey that it conducted and it found 67% of shoppers are not finished yet. 14% have yet to start. you'll probably find a lot of bargains, toys, winter clothes, other items that retailers want off the shelves. it's not what last-minute shoppers are going to be looking for. over half said they are going to grab a gift card because they want to get out of the crowds out there today. wine and liquor, they are popular last-minute choices. 27% will give cash. got to give an iou, couldn't get you a gift yet. >> i would be so mortified. i wouldn't even say that. i would say i forgot. we're going to have bad weather. you heard bonnie tell us minutes ago that tornadoes are out there. maybe a snowstorm or two. how might that affect deliveries. >> it's not going to be a huge co
>> i gotta tell yo >>> good morning i'm eric thomas. developing news from the north bay police are about to resume search for dui suspect who jumped into a creek overnight the driver ran during attempted stop on sir francis drake at midnight officers chased him near the college of marin, an officer saw him jump into the creek. officers called out a rescue team. they didn't find the man. police believe he either drowned or got away. >> let's look at the morning commute. sue is off today. here we go! live look at golden gate bridge, traffic zipping along, light because it is christmas eve, no problems. south bay highway 87 lighter, if that's possible no problems had there. sierra today chains required on 80 and 50. pack 'em and be prepared. coming back with mike and >>> still have fog quarter mile visibility, napa and santa rosa. everybody else okay mostly sunny now mid 30s santa rosa, napa. upper 30s fairfield, partly cloudy this afternoon, 50s just about everywhere rain rolls in tomorrow afternoon with scattered showers wedne [ cheers and applause ] >>> now, this -- this is a c
what the paper is saying when "cbs this morning" returns. yo >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. good morning. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get you caught up with some bay area headlines now. >>> a fatal officer-involved shooting now under investigation. this morning in walnut creek police got a 911 call from an apartment on creekside way just after 3:00 a.m. they are not saying exactly what happened next. but a suspect was shot and killed by the police. no officers were injured. we'll have more details during the cbs eyewitness news coming up later at noontime. >>> a woman arrested after a fatal hit-and-run crash on twin peaks is due back in a san francisco courtroom on monday to enter a plea. the suspect's lawyer says she is studying to be a police officer. >>> got your traffic and weather for this thursday coming up right after the break. stay right there. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah
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the booth. >> yeah, i play a minor league baseball announcer. >> he loves baseball. >> my -- >> did yo throw out a first pitch and get special training to do that. >> i've thrown out first pitches. and i actually played for the yankees. >> one day. >> one day, charlie, one day. >> what a great day. >> no. but you took a couple of strikes an then you found one off. >> yeah. >> and then you struck out. >> but, hey, i was 59 years old. >> that's young. >> i actually fouled a 90-mile-an-hour fastball down the line. >> how did that feel. >> that felt great. somebody yelled double and i was pe tre feed because if i ran to second, i'd have to stop twice to pee. man, this was fun. >> billy crystal. >>> kenny rogers has had a hit in each of the last six decades. he was thinking of a different record. the record damage from superstorm sandy. we'll show you what he did to help when "cbs this morning" continuing on christmas eve. >>> this holiday season is difficult for tens of thousands devastated by superstorm sandy. >>> a music legend himself decided to surprise kids up new york. as michelle miller r
to three inches of snow expected up to the north. d that's a look at yo weather. d that's a look at yo willie, over to you. >> maria, thanks a lot. later this morning, we're going to take a look back at how we covered the biggest stories of the year. obviously, the tragic school shooting in connecticut is fresh on everybody's minds. what were your biggest stories of the year? >> it feels so obvious, but i think the presidential election has to be on the list. something that we all followed very, very closely. so much happened. the debates were obviously interesting, covering the convention. it happens once every four years. incredibly consequential. i think it says a lot about what presidential elections will look like. we learned a lot about the changing demographics of this country. >> exactly. looking forward to the inauguration coming up in the new year. i think for all of us, i think around here certainly we've covered superstorm sandy. this was such a tragic event. i mean, a storm like this has not been seen here in this -- for centuries. i think that, you know, obviously the dev
tables, and less comfortable chairs. and all that noise. this is a frame. >> i want yo uh to feel like you almost stumbled into a hub and we wrapped ourselves around you. >> reporter: but it makes conversation a challenge. >> for me, not quite normal. i feel like i'm raising my voice. >> you're not at all. you're not at all. >> reporter: yeah, i was. it's loud here. this sound level meter says it's about 90 decibels. think a lawn mower or a 747 taking off. diners are complaining about noise more than anything else except bad service. reviewers and restaurant rating sites are now listing noise levels, a mini crisis to bon appetit. and restaurant architects acknowledging the move to industrial seat design and rooms that feel alive are working not to eliminate noise but to manipulate it. >> to appear more of a collage that's pleasing. >> i wanted that holy grail of buzzsy, but conversational. >> reporter: here there are sound-absorbing panels taking the bounce off hard surfaces. and this, yes, there's an app for it. a computerized way to control, not just the sound level in different sect
investigators yo s to look into this. they have a new agreement to share new information on taxable income, but any major crackdown is going to take a change in legislation. >> maribel, thank you. >>> the u.s. could launch a mini unmanned space plane in just a few hours and the cargo is classified. we'll have an update from florida, coming up in just a minute. stay with us. alright, family photo. charlie! stop punching your brother. he asked me to! hey, sarah, stop texting, and look at your dad. i can do two things at once. ok, well just look at your dad, so he can get this shot. i'm going to be a ninja! (chaos & noise) got it. what? yeah, i got it, come here. nobody move, especially you, charlie. how'd you do that? automagically. let's eat. combine pictures with best face. on the new samsung note ii. for a limited time, get two flip covers for the price of one, exclusively at verizon. can your moisturizer do that? [ female announcer ] dermatologist recommended aveeno has an oat formula, now proven to build a moisture reserve, so skin can replenish itself. that's healthy skin for life. onl
moving into dallas and stone yo this hour, so the severe weather threat in terms of tornadoes exist today across a good portion of the gulf coast and the south, including jackson, mississippi down to hattiesburg and pensacola and as far west to beaumont, tecumseh, a widespread area where we're looking at damaging winds and possible tornadoes and huge wind with a lot of potential airport delays. here's the snow, and we're expecting it to get worse. believe it or not, the computer model predicting heavy snow for places like paducah, kentucky, today to tomorrow, getting worse tomorrow. 6 to 10 inches in the forecast for southern kentucky and even parts of southeast missouri. we'll see heavy snow and forecast for snow as well, but it will start west to east. we'll see the snow building in later this afternoon and tonight for many locations. if it's not all, for those of you that are traveling today, we're also watching out for very, very thick fog. it's happening right now in atlanta where visibility is less than half a mile. three-quarters of a mile in macon, georgia, and the winds will make
, and you're going to be a big-time lawyer in new yo [laughter] >> if you look closely at brochure it simply tells you this is present data. it doesn't guarantee future job prospects in three or four years. gregg: i think they are living in the 1980s, when i graduated from law school you could get a job fairly easily. >> you're a smart guy. gregg: i graduated in the top 98 of my chance. >> thank the lord i've never been out of work one day as a lawyer. so this isn't sour grapes but at the same time you can't put on blinders and say you can't recognize what i would say is the fraud that is being perpetrated on these students who are graduating today. gregg: the other thing that's changed is, law schools, some of them were free. mine was free, the university of california. nobody is free nowadays. i know you're laughing at it. >> you got a free ride. >> i'm lucky they let me n. >> uc was free. nobody is free now. so these kids are graduating with huge bills, they'll never get out from under. >> nobody who goes to law school plans on being a lawyer, they plan on using the degree in the legal wo
. one worries about an 88-year-old who comes in with trach yo bronchitis with a chronic cough, perhaps a low-grade fever. gregg: what does that mean, pneumonia? >> yeah, well, it could mean knew known ya. bronchitis is an inin mission of the tubes that go into the lung, and you have trouble clearing mucus. you have trouble coughing, and coughing causes a lot of problems, so pneumonia is a possibility. and then when you're that old, you run the risk of a blood infection, and that can be lethal for somebody over the age of 75. gregg: what happens? >> it'll cause organ failure, and it is often times fatal. so i think the doctors are playing it safe. put him on antibiotics -- gregg: right. >> -- keep him at bedrest, give him some oxygen, make sure his diet is appropriate. i'm sure the antibiotics he's getting are through intravenous lines, and these antibiotics will, hopefully, cure him. gregg: yeah. and we wish him well because what a wonderful guy. >> yeah. this is a great guy. really amazing person. gregg: so how would you treat him in i mean, you would treat him cautious hi? >> yes. th
this tendency in this culture of ours to immediately grasp on i'd yo logically right and left to specifics of whatever debate is going on and use the emotion of moment to drive our side and we should be thinking about what we talked about earlier, what can be done now? what's possible right now, to improve this situation, to try to contain the spread of these assault weapons? it's beyond common sense they're in the hands of american citizens. what can be done right now? >> is there a need for gun czar or for former presidents to come together? >> no need for that. a need for congress to do their job. a need for conservative republicans and conservative democrats to step up. people that grew up around guns, to do their job. i think george w. bush would be a great voice in this debate right now. >> what's the compassionate conservative stand on guns in 2012? that's a reasonable question. >> i think it's -- what's the reasonable rational stand? here's the thing. conservatism, william f. buckley conservatism has always been that you look at the realities that are before you. edmond burke, you
response. i police all of bless all of yo heart. everybody was wondering what are you going to say in 140 characters or less. i don't know if he'll continue to do this, does he do all of his own tweeting. so we're following the pontiff. it is@pontiff ex. >> he has nearly a million followers. and this was his first tweet. so all i can say is pope, you're doing something right. >> in the last five minute, he's been retweeted 3400 times. including me. >> good stuff. congratulations to the pope. >> how can we get that kind of leverage here, huh? 33 past the hour. the other major story we're following closely, north korea. it made a bold move this morning and launched a long range rocket. in the process, it lifted a satellite into orbit. the united states immediately condemned the launch calling it a highly vprovocative act and south korea called it a threat to the peninsula. what you can tell us, paula? >> reporter: at the same time as we're hearing the international condemnation, we're seeing dancing on the streets in pyongyang. so north core re, a everything is highly choreographed. this is
east of minneapolis. eau claire, 0 inch12 inches, yo the picture. the cold air in place. the arctic air moved in with the moisture. we got all that snow. but, you can see what happened. here's the radar. all the snow is gone. dry air is working in there. arctic air is there. so right now minneapolis, it feels like 3. but farther east where that moisture is, you can see, look at this big front with all this rain and severe weather. so we've got snow, severe weather and record heat potentially from new york down to washington and florida. so here's what's happening in the northeast. albany right now, it's 40. no snow for you. it's really northern maine that will get eight to ten inches of snow. farther south along the front, tennessee, one to two inches of rain potentially for you. and that's where kithe greatest convection s look at all the lightning strikes. we actually have a tornado warning already this morning. it expired two minutes before 5:00. record heat, believe it or not today, new york city could get to 60, 61. jfk, 57. the old report just one degree north of that. washington,
yo sacrifice and all the brave men and women serving the country during this christmas holiday as well. thank you for sharing your story. >> you bet. merry christmas to our troops and their families. >> still ahead, are the evens to if a seeing and depression in your head? our next guest has a break through technique that helps thousands of people. >> we've got the six gifts you should never give to anyone this holiday season. get out your pen and pad of paper. we'll be right back. ♪ this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. sharable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid razr m by motorola for $49.99. ♪ >> and doing a mashup. and there is our beautiful plaza decorated. >> clayton: and dean martin and martina mcbride. >> alisyn: modern science. >> clayton: welcome back to "fox & friends" this sunday and hope you're gearing up for a great christmas holiday and hope maybe you've gotten shopping done. and perhaps you haven't. we need to pay attention to this we've been
more brands outside of this country because we think it balances out our principle yo and big opportunity for growth in countries like china, brazil, india, so we're really looking at some of the emerging countries for our big growth over the next five to ten years. >> how are some of those emerging countries and their consumers dealing this holiday season? different from what you're seeing in the united states? >> i think so. we're hearing a lot more strength happening in certain parts of the world. where there's more of an emerging consumer. so it's not -- america's difficult. we're kind of some can argue overstored and very competitive. but in countries that have such vast growth populations that are happening, whether it be china, brazil, india, big opportunity for growth like in america 20 years ago. >> thank you so much, neil cole, ceo of iconix brand. carl, back to you. >> courtney, thank you so much for that. straight ahead, highlights from your exclusive interview with richmond fed president jeff lacquer. see what liesman's take is after interviewing him earlier on. i
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